Following in the Biebs's steps, two Whitby, Ont. girls rock YouTube, and 'Nashville' - Macleans.ca
 

Following in the Biebs’s steps, two Whitby, Ont. girls rock YouTube, and ‘Nashville’


 

They may be the youngest faces at the Grand Ole Opry. Lennon Stella, 13, and her eight-year-old sister Maisy, first shot to fame after their rendition of Robyn’s Call Your Girlfriend aired on YouTube in May. They now appear on the hit TV show Nashville, where they sang for the first time on camera last week, earning rave reviews. Lennon and Maisy grew up in Whitby, Ont., and moved to Nashville in 2009 with their parents, country singers Marylynne and Brad Stella, to pursue music careers. Their Robyn song now has nearly 10 million views, and even Rolling Stone deemed them “adorable.”

 

 

 


 
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Following in the Biebs’s steps, two Whitby, Ont. girls rock YouTube, and ‘Nashville’

  1. I didn’t hear about Lennon and Maisy Stella until Nashville, but I have to admit I’m impressed. I missed the episode where they sang because I was working late at DISH, but I caught it on my Hopper. It’s set to auto-record Nashville and the other big four prime time network shows using Primetime Anytime, so I was able to watch the show even though I forgot to set a timer. From what I saw, and heard, on that episode and in this video, the Stella sisters are incredibly talented. They’ll have a lot of career options when they get older.